Posted September 13th, 2017, 10:24 AM
Tales of two complaints about free vacations. My father in law once worked for a company that paid for it's employees and their families to go on a group vacation every year.
1. In laws and other employees are taken on a cruise to the Bahamas, which included the soft drink package, gratuities, and the cruise.
They complained that they didn't want to dress up to go to the special dinner the company had arranged.
They didn't like their stateroom.
Everything in the shops was too expensive.
The cruise was too short.
2. In laws and other employees are flown to Atlantis Bahamas, and their room, flight, and some meals are paid for.
They complained how expensive food was.
They complained that it was too hot.
They didn't want to dress up for the special dinner.
Now, FIL was laid off from that company, and they miss the annual vacations.
By the way, they are in no means struggling financially, and could well afford to spend hundreds on food during the Atlantis trip, but complained the whole time.